Odell Beckham Jr. signs a one-year deal with the L.A. Rams
The L.A. Rams are going all in with their two latest major upgrades: Odell Beckham Jr. is now joining the Rams and eight-time All-Pro linebacker Von Miller.
Odell Beckham Jr. has found his new home.
The former Cleveland Browns receiver has officially signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Rams, per NFL’s Ian Rapoport Thursday.
Following his “almost forced” release from the Browns last week, the 29-year-old became a free agent for the first time in his career on Tuesday.
Beckham now takes his 17 catches on 34 targets for 232 yards totalled with the Browns and says hello to a city already welcoming him in.
The Rams’ high-powered offense driven by quarterback Matthew Stafford is only going to get stronger with Beckham joining Stafford and NFL receiving leader Cooper Kupp.
But it’s going to come down to Rams head coach Sean McVay finding a way for Beckham to get the ball and have a role on that offense team.
Receivers Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods are one of the best duos in the league, if not the best, and Stafford just makes all that happen.
Von Miller and OBJ for the Rams
Los Angeles has now gone all in with two major upgrades in the last two weeks: Von Miller and OBJ.
Miller, the now eight-time All-Pro linebacker was acquired on Nov. 1 via trade from the Denver Broncos, and left yet another remarkable print on us as he reflected on his career.
The Rams are currently 7-2 after last Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans.
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